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entertainment >>and with more spectators than any other sporting event, the tour de france is a marketing man's dream >>connecting with your customers... and the rest in just a moment on world business... >>in 2010, box office takings hit a record high. yet the home entertainment market continued its steady decline. dvd sales nearly halved and consumers are looking more to the world of downloads with video on demand services booming. >>reporter: in recent years, movie heavyweights like avatar have generated the biggest box office hauls in history. but while cinemas are riding high, dvd sales are in decline. one report suggested that in 2010, dvd revenues plunged by as much as 44%. >>we are seeing a decline in the value that people are putting on dvds, they are still selling a similar number, but they are selling at lower prices so we are seeing an adjustment in the overall economics of the film business. >>reporter: those figures don't account for blu-ray sales, which increased in the same period, but the effect is taking a huge toll. the industry is scrambling to come up with new business mo
agreed to share the burden of a second greek hell out. france hands germany a drubbing. -- gererman nks agreed to share the burden of a second greek bailout. >> it is the beginning of the and for nuclear power in germany. the german parliament has approved historic measures that will see all power plants taken offline. -- nuclear power plants taken off line. angela merkel said that the disaster in japan caused her to rethink her stance on nuclear energy. >> chancellor merkel want a clear. the new legislation said that it is annmbitious goal for germany. the country will have to meet its energy needs without nuclear power. the ministers said this is a historic step for germany sending a signal to the world. >> even those abroad who don't agree with this, if anyone can do this, it is the germans. that is the message we're sending today. >> the opposition social democrats backed the nuclear phase-out and leaders poured scorn on the government which only months ago jettisoned the phase-out that they had once supported. >> this is your phaseout. this is really our phase out. >> the oppositio
and technology in france. the french president it was up for reelection next year also announced a deal with french banks to give greece more timeb to pay off its debts. his comments now from paris. it's about an hour and 20 minutes. [speaking in french] >> translator: let me thank those who bothered to get up. thank you. and for those who didn't bother, well, that's all right. mr. prime minister, ladies and gentlemen, ministers, on june 22, 2009 in front of the congress in versailles, i was announcing that france was about to launch a large borrowing in order to finance investments for the future which it needed in order to guarantee future growth. we were facing the worst economic crisis the world had ever known for a century, and the response to this crisis was for all the governments of the world but it was not enough to prevent the collapse of our banks, collapse of our economies. it was even more urgent for the future and to give us the means to hold our rank in the world is going to come out of this crisis. and i'm wondering if all of us really appreciated the gravity of the cri
and killing -- 30 countries including the u.s., france, and britain has recognized -- have recognized the rebels. with gaddafi still firmly entrenched despite months of bombing, the anti-government forces have stepped up their offenses in western libya. >> heavy fighting continues in western libya. the rebels have waged a five- month campaign aimed at capturing tripoli. gaddafi forces have proved a formidable opponent. the government has received support from the global community. the international contact group has given its full support to libya's transitional council, recommended the formation of an interim government. they have also asked that gaddafi relinquished power. -- gaddafi relinquish power. >> there are no other options. >> it is an important diplomatic milestone for the libyan opposition, especially now that the u.s. has officially recognized the rebel movement. >> we still have to work through various legal issues. we expect this recognition will enable the tnc to access additional sources of funding. >> there has been much to service demands for political and financial
president of france. today his attorneys claimed vindication. >> it's so important in this country that people, especially the media, reserve their judgment on the facts of a case until they're all in. >> there will be no rush to judgment in this case. >> reporter: in court, prosecutors had admitted strauss-kahn's accuser a 32-year-old from west africa has made numerous conflicting and false statements, starting with a claim she was gang raped and fleeing a brutal government when she applied for asylum in the u.s. in 2004. in a letter, prosecutors wrote, she stated that she fabricated the statement. and in may, after the alleged attack at this luxury hotel, the woman had said she ran into the hallway and reported the crime to a supervisor. but prosecutors say she later admitted she proceeded to clean a nearby room and then returned to suite 2806, strauss-kahn's room and began to clean, before she reported the incident to a supervisor. >> after the indictment against the defendant was filed, we continued as an office to investigate the case rigorously as we do, and are obligated to
currencies are becoming increasingly popular, and that has said the swiss franc soaring to record highs. but there are two sides to every coin, as they say, and the rising value of the franc is weighing on the earnings of many swiss companies. >> swiss companies like the global food giant nestle's face a major problem. and their profits are declining when the sales abroad are calculated in francs. this was currency continues to climb. since the beginning of this year, it has gained 8% against the euro, and compared to one year ago, it is up 20%. the franc is at a record high. the strong franc is also weighing on tourism, because trips to switzerland have become more expensive. many tourists are now opting for other destinations. >> in the winter, 5% fewer tourists from europe came here. we expect 5% fewer european customers this summer, as well. >> the tourists that do come are cutting back. they're eating at less expensive restaurants and staying for fewer days, and some are laying off staff. >> to monday's market action, european shares dipped to fresh seven-month lows after results f
for you all these years you jerk and you fire me. women's golf from france. she hasn't been there for six years now lives in florida, home grown and one of the best in the world. shoots 70 today. this is masters. shot of the day goes to japan. her approach on the 16th. she shoots 69. three top of the leaderboard. the masters in france. tour de france, stage 18. wraps up on sunday. andy broke away. 125-mile stage. he wins. destroyed any chance for the favorite to claim the championship. france just holds on to the jelly jersey. heading for home that tour de france. women's softball, u.s.a. versus the czech republic. just came off the soccer event on sunday. ray delivering. u.s.a. 5-0 lead and stacy johnson cracked a home run coming here. the united states win final of 7-2. international softball. next up they play australia tomorrow. giants off. host milwaukee tomorrow. a's off. yankee stadium tomorrow. see you later, everybody. >>> thanks for joining us everyb [ man ] i got this new citi thankyou card and started earning loads of points. you got a weather balloon with points? yes i did. [
to this week in defense news i'm vago muradian. frances deso and the euro fighter are finalists in the fighter competition. the two ceos of the two companies will tell us why they will win the multi million contract. >>> but first, frustrated that the administration has not come up with their budget plan, a congress obsessed with debt reduction is making defense cuts of their own. in 2012 the senate wants to cut 6 billion, the house wants to cut 8.9 million. here to join us is kate branan and marcus wiseburger. guys thanks for joins us. >> thank you. >> kate let's start with you. why is the congress says and what is it doing in the future. >> first the congress has passed a budget for 2012. that meets the president's requirements. that heads chairman buck mckeon. he's have been -- he's very opposed to cuts in defense. and then on the senate side, the authorization bill was passed a couple of weeks ago. that cut $6 billion and when that was introduced by senator carl resin he expressed frustration that the house had not given further guidance on what to cut. so they said we'll cut an extra 2
the armed forces in disarray. a report in the the crash of an air france plane has highlighted multiple errors made by the pilots. air france rejects the accusations. it was flying from rio the janeiro to paris when it plunged into the ocean killing everyone on board. tens of thousands of people packed into cairo's tahrir square as the islamist leaders called for the first nationwide demonstration since the fall of president mubarak. this marks a growing rift in the protest movement. >> once again, protesters filled tahrir square to capacity. they packed into the center of cairo from early morning despite the heat. this crowd is different, many of the men are wearing beards and the white shifts of devout muslims. the women are almost all covered up. this was an islamist demonstration with a very clear message. this is the way they are showing they are a force to be reckoned with. they can turn out huge crowds. they would like to have their say in the future of each of. everyone here has a vision for the future of egypt. -- they would like to have their say in the future of egypt. >> any
of spain comes out on top as the tour de france heads into the mountains. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> global financial tensions are deepening as u.s. talks on raising the debt ceiling and to their fifth agreement -- and -- their fifth day with no agreement in sight and the main creditor calls for a quick solution. >> the u.s. is running out of time. the u.s. needs to raise its 43 trillion dollar debt limit by august 2 to avoid default. >> they could drastically cut key benefits like pensions and health care. >> china has been calling for spending cuts as a way to protect its investment in u.s. treasury bonds. >> china would lose money if the u.s. credit rating is downgraded. they are the biggest u.s. creditor and hold more than $1 trillion in u.s. treasury bonds. china called on the u.s. to take steps to protect bondholders. the ongoing budget debate in the u.s. congress has prompted moody's to issue a second downgrade warning of america's aaa rating. federal reserve chairman ben bernanke is adding to the pressure on lawmakers to raise the u.
ties it up to give the u.s. life. penality kicks. terrific goal action, the ostadvances to face france on wednesday -- the u.s. advances to face france on wednesday. >> you are riding on such a high after brazil, they knocked us out last time, you are on a huge high, such emotion and drama, now the challenge is can you get up again, can you bring your emotions up, can you bring that same level of initancety against france. >> no one can say it better than alley wagner, she won the gold meddual the u.s. team in 2004 and again in 2008. it will be france against the u.s. wednesday morning, roughly at 8:30 our time. nfl lock out, july 21 was the day it wends, will you take it? you will have to. sources are saying that's the day an agreement will be in place. it's just 10 days away. >> 10 day away! have a good night everybody. we will see you tomorrow. [ male announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste of a subway® bbq pulled pork sub. tender, succulent slow-cooked pork with sweet and smoky barbecue sauce, all on freshly baked bread. subway. eat fresh®.
, the ostadvances to face france on wednesday -- the u.s. advances to face france on wednesday. >> you are riding on such a high after brazil, they knocked us out last time, you are on a huge high, such emotion and drama, now the challenge is can you get up again, can you bring your emotions up, can you bring that same level of initancety against france. >> no one can say it better than alley wagner, she won the gold meddual the u.s. team in 2004 and again in 2008. it will be france against the u.s. wednesday morning, roughly at 8:30 our time. nfl lock out, july 21 was the day it wends, will you take it? you will have to. sources are saying that's the day an agreement will be in place. it's just 10 days away. >> 10 day away! have a
on france in the semifinals. caroline lyders joined the fans in northwest washington for all the excitement. >> it was standing room only. women and men young and well, not so young. >> are you suggesting i am old? >> these diehard soccer fans knew the stakes were high. >> they are doing so well. we had to come out to support them. >> it was a roller-coaster of emotion. team usa got the goal right off the bat. but france quickly came back to tie. they dominated most of the game. dole after goal after goal. for this crowd, it was a nail biter till the end. finally, the u.s. scored again. once again they scored one more for the road. 483-1 victory over france. -- a 3-1 victory over france. >> they showed some heart. >> and now they are on to the finals. if the u.s. team wins on sunday, they will be the first team to win three women's world cup titles. you can bet this crowd will be watching. caroline lyders, abc 7 news. >> tim brant had more highlights on the game. >> they walked out of there with big smiles on their face. >> it is 4:57. 68 degrees on this thursday. >> a mother and her young
of the country. it went against france to advance to the title game japan. france at all the momentum when it was tied at one. abby wambach hits the game- winner right there. back of the net. abby has now scored in three straight games. american fans could finally breathe. the united states beat france 3- 1. that we are going to through. i have a belief in this team. everybody feels it. this is our journey. this is our dream. france is a great team. think there were moments when they were out playing is. the end, we are in the finals. >> united states and japan place sunday at 2:00. the first tee time at the british open is just over two from now. e the winds of calm down a little bit, they were coming at 25 miles per hour. even though the irishman is used link all, he does not like the wind. phil mickelson is not like the wind. >> it would be a challenge out there for sure, it is very -- tiring. you have to work on the control of your golf ball. suddenly, i think the best golfer will win. >> this is day 121 of the nfl lockout. tom brady and leaders of the for an' union called immediate en
a sensational reaction in france today. this is a nation that was angry about the way he was paraded in the initial stages. it was not just about his reputation. it was the reputation of the nation itself that was being questioned. they were angry about headlines in the american newspapers. people are talking about a premature way justice was delivered. we have heard from deputies in parliament -- it is my sense that there has been so much said that it would be unthinkable for him to stand as the next presidential candidate for the socialist. i where his support goes, some might be candidacy. the outcome could have big implications. >> we are falling big business stories today. 17 e.u. finance ministers went, whew -- we have some time. >> greece lived through with their promise that they would pass austerity measures. the eu finance ministers will be discussing the next bailout. this tide's greece over. they are held over until september. the next big bailout will carry them through until 2014. greece cannot return to the money market. the amount of interest to investors are demandin
.org. >> thursday, french president nicolas sarkozy proposed a plan to promote research,, and technology in france. the french president is up for reelection next year. he also announced a deal with french banks to give reece more time to repay its debts. this news conference runs about 80 minutes. >> let me thank those who bothered to get up. thank you. and for those who did not bother, that is all right. mr. prime minister, ladies and gentlemen ministers, on june 22, 2009, in front of the congress in versailles, i was announcing that france is about to launch a plan in order to finance investment for the future which is needed in order to guarantee future growth. we were facing the worst economic crisis the world had ever known for a century, and the response to this crisis was mobilizing all the governments in the world, but it was not enough to prevent the collapse of our banks, the collapse of our economies. it was even more urgent for the future to give us the means to hold are ranked in the world and to combat the crisis. i was wondering if all of us really appreciated the gravity of the cr
a 104th spot in the fedex standings up to 43. >>> tour de france ending today and after two not finishes australia's cadel evans finally breaks through to become the champing of cycling's greatest race, the first tour de france winner from australia and the oldest rider to win since world war ii winning by one mill knit and 34 seconds -- minute and 34 seconds. >>> the nfl is working to end the lockout and college teams are gearing up for their season and for the maryland terrapins, while some things have changed, some remain the same. maryland is coming off a 9-4 campaign including a military bowl win over east carolina. gone is 10 year head coach raffle fried again. a big reason to be excited -- ralph friedgen. last year's rookie of the year spoke at acc's media day and learning of the new system. >> it's a whole new language. it's the main difference between offenses are you may run the exact same player this year as last year but it's called something completely different. really getting your head in the playbook and being a true freshman again almost in the sense of not knowing a pla
in the famous tour de a media car takes out two cyclists in the famous tour de france. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning, i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the debt ceiling deadline. as the clock ticks down to the nation's credit limit, president obama and congressional leaders will head back to the bargaining table today, after a special sunday night meeting at the white house failed to bridge the gap between lawmakers, divided over how to fix the nation's broken budget. nbc's kristen dahlgren joins us from washington with more on this. kristen, good morning. >> good morning, lynn. that meeting was short and described by at least one person as a bit tense. there were no ties in the room. the dress was business casual. but it lasted less than an hour and a half. and the two sides unable to come any closer to agreement. the president is still pushing for a grand plan. $4 trillion in deficit reduction over the next decade. he's open to cuts in social security and medicare, in exchange for closing some tax loop holes. republicans, though, are standing f
changed. as your zone countries ponder what to do about greece and other states, switzerland's franc is riding high and has become a safe haven for investors. >> it is a landscape that attracted tourists for over a century. this year visitors to switterland are on the ground and those that are here are counting their pennies. the your -- the euro slide and the swiss franc rises and rises. foreign tourists find switzerland too expensive, the swiss are favoring their own resorts in favor of a cheap holiday abroad. >> i'm watching this situation with enormous concern. things have gotten worse in the last few months. jobs and businesses are in danger now and that is very bad for our local economy. >> the swiss franc is at an all-time high against the euro and a new study shows a thousand hotels across the swiss alps are threatened with closure. >> there will be drop cuts. each hotel has had to cut back on jobs. we have cut two positions. >> swiss hotel owners are looking anxiously to the government for solutions. so far in vain. an attempt by the swiss national bank to buy up euros and s
in the famous tour de france. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning, i'm welcome to our viewers across the nation including the pacific time zone. i'm lynn berry. and today we begin with the debt ceiling deadline. as the clock tiks down on the nation's credit limit, president obama and congressional leaders will head back to the bargains available today after a special sunday night meeting at the white house failed to bridge the gap between lawmakers divide over how to fix nation's broken budget. nbc's kristen dahlgren joins us from washington with more on this. kristen, good morning. >> good morning, lynn. yesterday's meeting was short and described by at least one person as a bit tense. there were no ties. the dress was business casual. as they gathered around the table. but they met for less than an hour and a half and were unable to come to any agreement. the president says that social security and medicare are on the table in exchange for closing some tax loopholes, but republicans are standing firm saying no changes in taxes at all. they're looking
. >> in france, speculation has begun over whether he will run for the presidency next year as the socialist party candate. >> i find it hard to imagine that i could be represented by a president who is constantly trying to seduce women and falls into traps. >> this shows that you have to keep a levevel head and wait for the results of an investigation before condemning a person and ruining his life in seconds. >> on month and a half after his arrest and resignation as imf chief, strauss-kahn's fortunes are looking up. >> we spoke earlier to our correspondent in paris and asked her whether this marked a resurrection of's political career in france. -- of dominique strauss-kahn's career in france. >> it is premature and wildly over-optimistic. the forormer cialist prime minister has been hinting toward that tonight. for many in france, it has to be said hiseputation, despite the events today, is irrevocably tarnished. he has lost 10 popularity points in thehe last six weeks, taking him to around 26% now, well behind the other declared cdidates for the socialist party for the presidential elec
takes out two cyclists in famous tour de france. it hurt just looking at that. >>> good morning, i'm lynn berry. those stories straight ahead. this is "first look" on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with the debt ceiling dead look. as the clock ticks down on the nation's credit limit, president obama and the congressional leaders will head back to the bargaining table after a special sunday night meeting at the white house failed to bridge the gap over how to fix the nation's broken budget. kristin dahlgren joins us from washington with more on this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the meeting was short and described by at least one person as a bit tense. racing the clock to find a deal to avoid debt default, they met for less than an hour and a half. the attire was casual but talks were called testy. the two sides still far apart on taxes and spending cuts. the president is pushing for $4 trillion in deficit reductions over the next decade. open to cuts and social security and medicare in exchange for closing tax loopholes. but republicans favor a smaller plan, in the ra
france from the left. the emirate's new zealand team. from italy. on my left hand side, from france, the energy team. we have team correa, from the republic of korea. are the best racing from sweden. from the united states, or call racing. -- oracle racing. let's hear it for our teams. so we begin and meet our representatives from team china. i want to ask you first of all, mr. wang, in your second run to the america's cup, what are the important aspects for your team, this time around? >> the china team is a true chinese team with chinese sailors, built and designed in china. >> next door to them, a team of france. a long history with the america's cup. when is it about the america's cup that keeps the french coming back and winning and succeeding? what keeps you coming back every year? >> america's cup is very important in france. it is have a great opportunity every four years to race against the best in the world. it is part of our history in france. wonderful to be here. >> next to you, representing new zealand of the emirate's team, welcome to san francisco. you are one of the
-kahn was head of the international monetary fund and a leading candidate for president of france. that all ended back in may when he was pulled off an air france plane at kennedy airport by new york city police. he was charged with assault of a chamber made. dominique strauss-kahn suffered the public humiliation, first a perp walk and then incarceration at ryker's island. today there's serious questions about his accuser and if the charges are even valid. >> at each appearance in the last six weeks we ask you and ask the world not to rush to judgment in this case and now i think you can understand why. we believed from the beginning that this case was not what it appeared to be, and we are absolutely convinced that while today is a first giant step in the right direction, the next step will lead to a complete dismissal of the charges. >> the accuser's lawyer was quick to push back. >> the victim from day one has described a violent sexual assault that dominique strauss-kahn committed against her. she has described that sexual assault many times to the prosecutors and to me. and she has never onc
a new sexuality case against dominique strauss kanne back in his home country, france. new york case against the former headst international monetary fund appears to be falling apart. prosecutors on friday revealed the hotel maid who has accused him of attempted rape has severe credibility issues. but back in his native france, a lawyer for a young woman says he may file a sexuality criminal complaint against strauss kanne as early as tomorrow. cnn's jim bitterman has the story from paris. >> reporter: his legal problems may not be over. a 32-year-old journalist says that back in 2003, she was sexually assaulted by strauss kanne when she went to interview him. she says at the time she was talked out of filing charges by her mother who was a mid level socialist party member. and the mother says now that she regrets talking her daughter out of filing those charges. now the lawyers says after the developments in new york they decided to go ahead and bring their complaint to the prosecutor. the prosecutor then will look at the evidence and decide whether there is enough evidence to bring
of france, accused in that sexual attack here, a free man for now. dominique strauss-kahn celebrating his release, after a harsh new spotlight on that hotel maid. what's been discovered? >>> the drawning drama. how did a woman lie dead at the bottom of a public pool, swimmers in the water above her for days? how was she messed? and three things every family should look for in a life guard. >>> pack your bags. the stunned families told their state parks are shut down, just days before the fourth. it's happening across the country. >> pa raids and politics? could that trip with your children this weekend really determine which party they vote for when they grow up? >>> and, the holiday gift. >> audrey, logan. >> the giant green box and the moment you have to see to believe. our "persons of the week." >>> good evening. diane is on assignment this week. and we begin tonight here with a stunning turn of events in that sexual assault case that sent shockwaves, from a new york city hotel room all the way to france. just two months ago, this image. dominique strauss-kahn, the international money
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from both sides of the pond. across the atlantic in nice, france, is french philosopher bernard-henri levy. sitting with me but hailing from the united kingdom is columbia university's simon schama, and representing the americas, i suppose, bret stephens is "the wall street journal's" foreign affairs columnist, and krista freeland is global editor at large at reuters. welcome to all of you. bernard henri-levy, i'm going to start with you because you have been a prom negligent participant in the whole affair dsk. there's a column in "new york times" which says, describing your writings on these issues -- >> you are in nice and happy to be there, but what would you say to this columnist? >> what i tell him, first off, that i love america. i'm a defender of america. i so often explain that anti-americanism is a sort of form of fascism, and that i hate sometimes the way in which america is cartooned, and sometimes by itself. the image of the justice which was given in the first days of this affair was a cartoon image. it was not america. it was not the justice -- the judicial system
a glass or a bottle of water? when the germans invaded france 1914, then they did so with eight calvary divisions prepare you could just imagine how little chance and then with the age of modern weaponry. everybody practiced for the great cavalry charges and they anticipated what is white knights in armor with a jousting competition. the idea of war was very close to the day's close aligned to images of sport like this. the first correspondent of the london daily mail was the sport center. of course, when they tried to do the mass of charges they come up against barbwire not to mention the machine good. -- machine again. and as a result of those two weapons of the british writer and a machine gun, the western front where most of the bloodshed took place was essentially frozen in place along that line with more than three years. and barely more than a few miles in each direction. in the entire year 1915 where the allies launched -- launched massive assaults probably altogether 1 million casualties on the western front fumble sides the allies gained eight square miles but instead of the g
back. >> a 3-day gospel festival in southern france attracted an audience. public christian events are unusual in france. the translated messages taped for later broadcast to france, middle east and french speaking africa on other christian networks. >>> peru's president erected a statute of christ. it is 121 feet tall. a brazilian construction company donated it. he prayed for the nation and read christ the attitudes. >>> finally, today, a bilingual festival to reach hispanics in southern california. franklin graham worked with some 600 hispanic congregations for the outreach. they had a saturday morning event for children and 2 nights of public meetings for adults. 1500 people responded to gram's invitation to follow christ. it is where his father billy graham came to prominence in 1949. his granddaughters visited the sight. >> washington and hill street. this is where it all started for my grandfather's ministry, first crusade back here in 1949. the largest erected tent california has seen, 6500 people every night for 8 weeks. >> she is one of franklin graham's 4 children and br
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